International students bring many strengths to the workplace; these include speaking multiple languages, navigating other cultures, flexibility and adaptability in new situations, and bringing unique perspectives to responsibilities. This resource is designed to prepare students to navigate complex immigration regulations, find information about which employers hire international students and understand cultural differences in hiring processes.
Students with physical or non-apparent disabilities may struggle to decide if they should disclose a disability in an academic or employment setting. This is a personal decision only you can make. This resource touches on communicating your strengths to employers and understanding options for managing your job search and seeking accommodations.
Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) must navigate the inequities, opportunities, cultures, expectations and hurdles of employment pathways that often normalize and perpetuate social dominant cultures centered in whiteness. This resource offers an introduction to resources that may be helpful as you prepare to navigate the job search process and enter work spaces.
Queer and trans students have much to consider when navigating their careers. In addition to finding work you enjoy and excel in, unlike your heterosexual and cisgender peers, you must discern which workplaces and work cultures will affirm your gender and sexual identity, and how to authentically represent yourself to new employers. This resource is designed to help you in this discernment process.
As a veteran, you have diverse life experiences, often including traveling the world and managing tremendous responsibilities. As a result, opportunities and challenges in the career sphere are different from those of non-veteran students. This resource is designed to help you build on and talk about your past experiences and move toward your next career.
For DACAmented and undocumented students, it can be difficult to decide when and with whom to share immigration status. Throughout the job search and hiring process, it is important that you understand your rights so you can make well-informed decisions for your career. This resource will help you navigate the unique opportunities and challenges that come with being a DACA or undocumented learner.
It can be helpful to connect with alumni who share similar identities, academic backgrounds and experiences. You can connect with alumni through a variety of online tools.